Grant Guidelines and Procedures

  • Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History's staff with Fusion Youth Radio and Beat Making Lab youth at the Allied Media Conference.
    Marian Cheek Jackson Center for Saving and Making History's staff with Fusion Youth Radio and Beat Making Lab youth at the Allied Media Conference.

Strowd Roses awards grants to qualified tax-exempt organizations based in Chapel Hill or Carrboro or devoted primarily to benefiting those communities.

Strowd Roses, Inc. is a private charitable foundation which was established in 2001 under the will of Mrs. Irene Harrison Strowd of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. In endowing the foundation, Mrs. Strowd wished to honor the memory of her husband, Fletcher Eugene Strowd, by providing in perpetuity for the maintenance and care of the Community Rose Garden which he founded, and by funding projects and organizations which would improve the quality of life for residents of the greater Chapel Hill-Carrboro community. Significant additional funding was provided by the estate of Mrs. Strowd’s sister, Gladis Harrison Adams.

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  • Date: May 21, 2015